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Is it possible to enable Location Services(GPS or Google NetworkLocation) via ADB or Terminal Emulator? The command is: adb shell settings put secure location_providers_allowed gps where, settings would makes changes into settings.db (part of com.android.providers.settings) put is to update key location_providers_allowed with value gps in table ...


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What could be happening is that when he entered the house, the phone cannot get a GPS fix inside the house, so it reverted to network location. Network location can be off by many miles depending on the density of cell towers on the location. The only time that Google Location history can record accurate location while indoor is if the house has a Wi-Fi ...


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In my personal experience, it's pretty darn accurate. I use Google Location History to help track my time sheets, and I can easily see the exact time I walked out the door at my client and got in my car and drove to lunch, and then from there to my next client, and so on. I'd say the worst it could be is a minute or two off. The only time I've seen it ...


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While it's not clearly identified what this specific sticker is and covers, based on this teardown, it does look as though the chip is on the direct other side of the board from the connector that touches the component on that sticker, suggesting the connector is directly attached through the board to that chip. So my instinct is that you're correct that ...


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I think you should follow the procedure from their support page. Moving only data and not the application actually suppose app to search in internal memory.


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Before giving the old phone away, did she wipe it? Otherwise, if she is still logged-in to that phone via Google, it's gonna think she has two phones and will show the location of both.


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Not really. It's more accurate the more satellites it's receiving. On a shorter interval, it's most likely that more satellites are received, compared to just restarting every minute. Also, it depends on your location. On a flat field, you will receive a lot of satellites fast, whereas close to buildings or houses, it will also take longer. What I ...



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